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NASA | Supermoon Lunar Eclipse

NASA | Supermoon Lunar Eclipse

Aurora in early morning on Earth's horizon with city lights below and space station solar arrays above

Morning Aurora From the Space Station

Aurora in early morning on Earth's horizon with city lights below and space station solar arrays above

The 12 countries you must visit - by the man who's seen them all - Telegraph

The 12 countries you must visit - by the man who's seen them all

The 12 countries you must visit - by the man who's seen them all - Telegraph

Espacio papel tapiz paisaje álbum (1) #3 - 1366x768

Espacio papel tapiz paisaje álbum (1) #3 - 1366x768

15 Things You Might Not Have Known About Outer Space

15 Things You Might Not Have Known About Outer Space

If you look to the night sky Sept. 27, you'll get to see a Super Harvest Moon total lunar eclipse, which also happens to be the final eclipse in a lunar tetrad. If that sounded like a whole lot of overwhelming gibberish, let's break it down one item at a time. What is a super-moon? As the moon orbits around the Earth, its distance from our planet varies by roughly 30,000 miles. When a full moon occurs at the perigree, or closest point to Earth, we call it a super-moon.

If you look to the night sky Sept. 27, you'll get to see a Super Harvest Moon total lunar eclipse, which also happens to be the final eclipse in a lunar tetrad. If that sounded like a whole lot of overwhelming gibberish, let's break it down one item at a time. What is a super-moon? As the moon orbits around the Earth, its distance from our planet varies by roughly 30,000 miles. When a full moon occurs at the perigree, or closest point to Earth, we call it a super-moon.

September (2015) is all about the moon, with the convergence of the Full Harvest Moon with perigee and a total lunar eclipse. | Sierra Club

September (2015) is all about the moon, with the convergence of the Full Harvest Moon with perigee and a total lunar eclipse. | Sierra Club

On April 15, 2014, an extraordinary series of total lunar eclipses will begin in the United States. This series, called a lunar eclipse tetrad, will result in four red moons over the course of a year and a half. NASA explains the significance behind this phenomenon, and sheds light on how the moon transforms into a bright red orb.

On April 15, 2014, an extraordinary series of total lunar eclipses will begin in the United States. This series, called a lunar eclipse tetrad, will result in four red moons over the course of a year and a half. NASA explains the significance behind this phenomenon, and sheds light on how the moon transforms into a bright red orb.

eclipse - Google Search

eclipse - Google Search

Lunar Eclipse from California by Steve Berardi

Lunar Eclipse from California by Steve Berardi

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